Appart Hotel Du Parc
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... for the train to Bordeaux where we will change trains and head to La Rochelle for 2 nights before we say goodbye to them and start on our cycling tour. Now that we're out of the sun and not moving around much, we're all a bit tired so there will probably be some gentle snoring occurring on the train in is afternoon ;). The train journey started slow, had a bit of a panicked rush in the middle and ended slow. After about a 2 hour wait ...
... spot, quiet, shady trees on the side we're moored so we're feeling a bit special. After our picnic tea, Rob and I walk up to the village, about 800m away and it's beautiful. As its on a hill the views of the surrounding countryside are magnificent and the houses in the town are well worth a look. The favourite past time tonight seems to be sitting on the side of the mooring spot, dangling feet ...
... keeper there to keep an eye on proceedings. Our last lock for the night was the first one heading downstream. We've been travelling upstream the entire journey so far, until now. It's all down hill from here! Now that we're moored up, we have a bit of an explore. The village is a couple of kilometres away but there is a good restaurant here and a cafeteria, souvenir shop and a few other things. Most are closed this evening as ...
... Rob's tickets are cheaper than mine as he's riding on 'senior age' tickets. It's a bit funny. Saved us 5.60 euro! That's one whole coffee and change! Not to be sneezed at. We checked in at 4pm to a beautiful little B&B called Maison Arlene. Only four rooms and we've booked three of them. We walk back to the station to meet Gary and Sue off the train and while we're doing that, Doi, James and Jo message that they've arrived at the hotel. So ...
... We had to eventually "cut them loose," so to speak, and we hoped they would fare okay. On the final day, we docked next to each other and learned the sad truth - although they managed the boat and the lock tasks better with time, Oliver fell into the canal (one of my fears!) and he cut his arm pretty badly on the boat. They were good sports about the whole experience, but I wouldn't expect them to ...